Customer Testimonials

Below you will find a partial list of our customer testimonials, feel free to contact us for a full referral list.
The School Convent of the Sacred Heart, Greenwich, CT

Building a solid STEM foundation through a well-rounded, interdisciplinary curriculum is the best way to ensure that our students are prepared with the knowledge and skills needed to address the most pressing national and global challenges of tomorrow. Pamela Juan Hayes – Department Head, The School Convent of the Sacred Heart, Greenwich, CT


You can curl up with your laptop and seek out training that matters to you. Scholastic Instructor recently ran a four page article on the effectiveness of online PD

Eagle Valley Middle School

I LOVE my omni directional mic, I use it every day, every class! Not only does my voice reach every student in the room, I can add emphasis on certain words or phrases by whispering them (and they can still hear me) or by using a deep voice. I can even tap on the mic to get their attention or make patterns in sound to have them move around the room or switch partners. It is a great way to signal without yelling over the discussion the students are having. Bonnie Preston, Health 6, 7, 8th Grades, Eagle Valley Middle School

Staton Elementary School, Las Vegas, NV

Great product. It really helps get students engaged with the subject area and keeps them on task. For teachers looking to add longevity to their careers, I could definitely see your system adding years by helping to save your voice and increasing decibel level for when we get older and don’t have the same level of energy or volume to our voice, but still have the passion, along with more knowledge and more skill with which to teach the kid’s. John Bahr, Phys Ed Dept, Staton Elementary School, Las Vegas

Central Tech High School, Erie, PA

Students are asking teachers to teach them math as opposed to just having it forced on them by the teacher. Mike Beiter – Chair of the Computer Systems Department, Central Tech High School, Erie, PA

Presidental Council of Advisors on Science and Technology (PCAST)

We must prepare students so they have a strong foundation in STEM subjects and are able to use this knowledge in their personal and professional lives. [W]e must inspire students so that all are motivated to study STEM subjects in school and many are excited about the prospect of having careers in STEM fields. John P. Holdren & Eric Lander – Presidental Council of Advisors on Science and Technology (PCAST)

South Huntington SD, S. Huntington, NY

The teamwork, the delegation, the leadership, and the interpersonal skills — all of those things were included with a focus around something that was so engaging.-Michelle Berger, Teacher, South Huntington, NY

Archdiocese of NY

You have teachers training teachers, that’s a big thing. Roseann Carotenuto – Reg. Superintendent, Archdiocese School District of NY

Jackson, MI School District

In working with school districts across the United States I have observed that the primary factor in improving student learning is keeping the students engaged in the learning process. Both teacher and student must be actively engaged for maximum learning to occur. I would recommend interactive technology to any school as a way to increase the amount of engaged time. Robert N. Fortenberry – Former Superintendent, Jackson, MI School District

Science Students Gathered Around Interactive Whiteboards and Laptops Study

Using SMART Boards promotes collaborative conversation, successfully engages more students in group work and improves the learning outcomes of students. Science Students Gathered Around Interactive Whiteboards and Laptops Study